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             Metro- Police boss-KCC, Mr.Bockarie Gamanga Kanneh.

Residents have praised the Metropolitan Police Officers of the Kenema City Council for their disciplinary actions in the cleaning of the city as well as cracking down on lawless people especially traders.

Speaking to the Metropolitan Police Boss, Mr. Bockarie Gamanga Kanneh, he disclosed that plans have been instituted by the Council in terms of exercising their mandate such as stopping from depositing waste materials along the streets of Kenema especially the major roads and the central city.

Kamal M. Barrie in Kenema
Rtd Paolo Conteh

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of National Ebola Response Centre (NERC) has informed journalists at the usual Wednesday news conference held in Freetown that the number of cases over the past couple of days has risen with the country recording double digit numbers of 16, 15 and 14 for three consecutive days this week and 12 new cases on Tuesday after the country reached the lowest case numbers of 2, 4 and 5 in preceding week.

Thomas Vandi Gbow

~~Lawlessness is one of the major national problems President Ernest Bai Koroma had highlighted in many of his nationwide speeches since he acceded to power in September 2007.  On his re-election in November 2012, the President reiterated his stance on lawlessness and advised Sierra Leoneans to be law abiding. But it seems that the President’s admonition against lawlessness has not been heeded to by most Sierra Leoneans including the grassroots and prominent citizens from whom much is expected.

Cecil Cole Showers Jnr